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Maritime Noon is a one-hour program devoted to delivering informative reports and interviews which explore issues that are of interest to Maritimers. Join host Bob Murphy weekdays from noon to 1 p.m.

Maritime Noon is a one-hour program devoted to delivering informative reports and interviews which explore issues that are of interest to Maritimers. Join host Bob Murphy weekdays from noon to 1 p.m.

Location:

Halifax, NS

Description:

Maritime Noon is a one-hour program devoted to delivering informative reports and interviews which explore issues that are of interest to Maritimers. Join host Bob Murphy weekdays from noon to 1 p.m.

Language:

English

Contact:

Maritime Noon CBC Nova Scotia P.O. Box 3000 Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 3E9 (902) 420-9336


Episodes

NS is experiencing a shortage in lifeguards this year. We hear about "Freedom Day" on PEI where the Affleck family in Lower Badeque releases the cows into the pasture. And on the phone-in: Women & agriculture

5/25/2022
Covid and other factors have caused a shortage in lifeguards in NS. We'll find out how this is having an impact on swimming areas. The Affleck family in Lower Badeque, PEI, talks about "Freedom Day" where the cows leave the barn for the first time this year. And on the phone-in: Women & agriculture

Duration:00:53:14

Psychologist Dr Simon Sherry speaks about Nova Scotia's highest number of suicides ever in 2021 and hopes intervention programs will help. We hear about a theft of bees on PEI. And on the phone-in: Comedy

5/24/2022
Dr Simon Sherry, a psychologist in Halifax and a professor at Dalhousie University, speaks about the highest number of suicides ever in NS in 2021. Troy Fraser on PEI speaks about a theft of bees in Kings County. And on the phone-in: Should there be limits on comedy or is anything fair game?

Duration:00:53:02

We hear how volunteers with Island Nature Trust are trying to protect the nests of the critically endangered piping plovers. We hear from sailboat owners whose boat was rammed in Bridgewater. And on the phone-in: Silvia Jay

5/23/2022
Shannon Mader, the Species-at-Risk Manager from Island Nature Trust, talks about the volunteers who are trying to protect the nests of the critically endangered piping plover. She also explains why dogs must be on-leash at beaches. A couple talk about how their sailboat got rammed by another out of control boat in Bridgewater. And on the phone-in: Dog behaviour expert, Silvia Jay.

Duration:00:52:44

The CBC's Alexandre Silberman in Fredericton brings us the details after the coroner's inquest into the death of Chantel Moore concludes. And on the phone-in: Niki Jabbour has gardening tips.

5/19/2022
The CBC's Alexandre Silberman reports on the mixed reactions after a high profile coroner's inquest concludes in NB. Two year ago, 26 year-old Chantel Moore was killed by a police officer during a wellness check.The Indigenous woman was killed in Edmunston. We hear how people, including her mother, are reacting. And on the phone-in: Gardening tips with Niki Jabbour.

Duration:00:53:03

Maritime Noon's Diane Paquette travels to Kejimkujik National Park to observe pesticide application into hemlocks at the park's main campground. We hear your feedback on renters' rights. And on the phone-in: Wills

5/18/2022
Dave Ireland and Matthew Smith at Kejimkujik National Park speak with Maritime Noon's Diane Paquette about the treatment of hemlocks against HWA in Jeremy's Bay campground. We hear your feedback on renters' rights. And on the phone-in: Lawyer Jessica Lyle gives advice on writing a will and estate planning

Duration:00:52:54

David Brushett with Solar NS says there are long delays by NSP in doing inspections of new solar installations. We hear from the mother of Chantel Moore at the coroner's inquest into her death. And on the phone-in: Renters' rights

5/17/2022
David Brushett, the chair of Solar Nova Scotia, says Nova Scotia Power is causing difficulties due to long delays in waiting for NSP inspectors to approve new solar installations. We hear from Martha Martin, the mother of Chantel Moore at the coroner's inquest into her death. And on the phone-in: Renters' rights.

Duration:00:52:30

We hear from a volunteer fire department chief about rising fuel prices. And on the phone-in: the joy of running.

5/16/2022
We talk with Cody Stevens, chief of the Chester Volunteer Fire Department in Nova Scotia, about how fire departments are feeling the burn of rising fuel costs. And on the phone-in: marathon runners Stacy Chesnutt and Jarvis Googoo share their running journeys. We ask, what's yours?

Duration:00:52:55

The CBC's Alexandre Silberman reports live from Fredericton from the coroner's inquest into the death of Chantel Moore in June 2020. We hear about hiking backpacks at the libraries on PEI. And on the phone-in: Jim White

5/15/2022
In June 2020, a police officer in Edmunston, NB, shot and killed Chantel Moore during a wellness check. The CBC's Alexandre Silberman reports on the first day of the coroner's inquest into the Indigenous woman's death. Gillian Mahen from the PEI Public Library Service explains how people can borrow hiking backpacks. And on the phone-in: Painting & staining with Jim White

Duration:00:52:42

The chief of Lennox Island First Nation on PEI speaks about her community's interim understanding with DFO on a moderate livelihood fishery. And on the phone-in: EVs

5/12/2022
Chief Darlene Bernard from Lennox Island First Nation explains her community's interim understanding with the Department of Fisheries and Oceans on a moderate livelihood fishery. And on the phone-in: Dal's Nathaniel Pearre answers your questions on EVs

Duration:00:53:23

We get an update on last night's fire at Souls Harbour Rescue Mission in Halifax. We also get an update on the wildlife burning in Yarmouth County. And on the phone-in: The joys of thrift shopping.

5/11/2022
Michelle Porter from Souls Harbour Rescue Mission in Halifax brings us up to date on the damage that was caused by a fire at the shelter last night. Scott Tingley from the Department of Natural Resources and Renewables updates us on the large wildfire in Yarmouth County. And on the phone-in: Memorable thrift store finds.

Duration:00:52:55

renewed interest in liquified Atlantic Canadian natural gas projects, on the phone in: ticks

5/10/2022
renewed interest in liquified Atlantic Canadian natural gas projects, on the phone in: ticks

Duration:00:53:03

Tourism Staffing Challenges, Supporting Black Businesses

5/9/2022
Tourism staffing challenges: We hear from a restaurant owner in Alma, New Brunswick, and CEO of the Tourism Industry Association of Prince Edward Island. On the phone-in: How can we better support Black businesses in the Maritimes? We're joined by Alfred Burgesson, founder and CEO of Trube Network.

Duration:00:52:50

Remembering Westray, Aaron Publicover

5/8/2022
Remembering Westray: We speak with Danny Cavanagh, President of the Nova Scotia Federation of Labour, about an event for high school students at the Museum of Industry in Stellarton. The focus is workplace health and safety and the Westray story. On the phone-in: Appliance repair technician Aaron Publicover answers your questions.

Duration:00:53:04

Amanda Rolfe tells us about a fun-loving new scavenger hunt in Miramichi, NB, where clues are posted so people can search for hundred dollar bills. And on the phone-in: Niki Jabbour

5/5/2022
People in Miramichi, NB, are excited about a new Facebook group called Miramichi Mystery Machine. Posts on the site give clues for people to find hundred dollar bills. We speak with Amanda Rolfe who found one. And on the phone-in: We do our first gardening show with Niki Jabbour!

Duration:00:53:16

We hear a conversation about opposition to Nova Scotia's new non-resident property tax. We introduce our new gardening expert, Niki Jabbour. And on the phone-in: Burnout

5/4/2022
Glynn Williams who has operated a number of businesses in Guysborough, NS, expresses his opposition to the new non-resident property tax. We also speak with Warden Vernon Pitts. We introduce our new gardening expert: Niki Jabbour! And on the phone-in: How are you coping with burnout?

Duration:00:47:10

We get an update from Jeremie Saunders in Halifax who has Cystic Fibrosis. Since taking the drug Trikafta, his life has turned around. A chicken farmer in NB is concerned about avian flu. And on the phone-in: Hidden gem restaurants and diners.

5/3/2022
34 year-old Jeremie Saunders in Halifax shares the enormous changes in his life since starting to take the drug Trikafta for his Cystic Fibrosis. He has Covid right now but is not sick. We hear from a chicken farmer in NB who's concerned about avian flu. And on the phone-in: Memorable hidden gem restaurants and diners in the Maritimes.

Duration:00:53:29

HRM Regional Councillor Lisa Blackburn of District 14 talks with us about a staff report on possible sanctioned camp sites for homeless people in city parks. She has concerns. And on the phone-in: Helping Ukrainian refugees

5/2/2022
Lisa Blackburn, HRM Regional Councillor for District 14, shares her concerns and questions about a staff report that proposes having sanctioned campsites for the homeless in city parks. And on the phone-in: We hear from people in the region about what they're doing to help refugees from Ukraine.

Duration:00:53:05

We hear why Fredericton is marking its first No-Mow May. Find out how bees are doing this spring. And on the phone-in: automotive expert Doug Bethune.

5/1/2022
We talk with Jillian Hudgins, environmental strategist for Fredericton, about why the city is letting more than 60 municipal properties go wild for the No-Mow-May campaign. We find out why this May is particularly important for pollinators, from a past president of the New Brunswick Beekeepers Association. And on the phone-in: automotive expert Doug Bethune takes your questions.

Duration:00:53:10

After 37 years as the Maritime Noon gardening expert, Marjorie Willison has her last show

4/28/2022
Maritime Noon and the listeners pay tribute to our gardening expert Marjorie Willison on her last show after 37 years of service.

Duration:00:52:59

The CBC's Khalil Akhtar tells us about a newly renovated bowling alley in Riverview, NB, where they hope an old trend becomes popular again. And on the phone-in: E-bikes

4/27/2022
The CBC's Khalil Akhtar drops by the newly renovated Marvelous Holy Bowly. The bowling alley in Riverview, NB, has been around for 50 years. The new owners hope to make an old trend popular again. And on the phone-in: We take your questions and comments on e-bikes.

Duration:00:52:47